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Academic Writing - A Practical Guide for Students

Stephen Bailey , Nelson , 2003
  • 0-748-76838-6
  • 1577
  • 4 copies
  • C1 C2

Academic Writing : A Handbook for International Students

Bailey, S. , Routledge , 2006
This Practical Book thoroughly explains the writing process and covers all the key writing skills.
  • 0-415-38420-6
  • 7868
  • 5 copies

Academic Writing Course (3rd Edition)

Jordan, R.R. , Longman , 1999
"Academic Writing Course" is designed for students embarking on further studies through the medium of English. This successful course is suitable for students at Cambridge First Certificate level and above.
  • 582400198
  • 9237
  • 3 copies

Academic Writing Course Study Skills in English Series (2nd Edition)

Jordan, R.R. , Longman
Specially designed for students starting a tertiary level course in higher education, this book addresses all aspects of academic writing, from the details of accurate grammatical construction, pronunciation and spelling to appropriate style choices.
  • 9780175566242
  • 8920
  • 6 copies
  • B2 C1

Academic Writing for Graduate Students

John M. Swales & Christine B. Feak , The University of Michigan Press , 1994
This book is designed to help non-native graduate students improve their academic writing in English. The units start with writing at the paragraph level and conclude with the construction of a research paper. Detailed attention is paid to the purposes, structures and styles of particular kinds of texts.
  • 0-472-08263-9
  • 1578
  • 1 copies
  • C1 C2

Academic Writing for Graduate Students (2nd Edition)

Swales, J.S. & Feak, C.B. , The University of Michigan Press , 2004
This book is designed to help non-native graduate students improve their academic writing in English. The units start with writing at the paragraph level and conclude with the construction of a research paper. Detailed attention is paid to the purposes, structures and styles of particular kinds of texts. This new edition also contains broader discussion of e-mail use that includes current e-mail practices.
  • 0-472-08856-4
  • 1576
  • 1 copies
  • C1 C2

Academic Writing from Paragraph to Essay

Zemach, D. & Rumisek, L. , Macmillan
A chapter by chapter guide to Academic writing, this book acts as a follow on from Writing in paragraphsWriting in Paragraphs Each chapter is clear and easy for the students to understand.
  • 1-405-08606-6
  • 7412
  • 1 copies
  • B1 B2

Academic Writing: A Handbook for International Students

Bailey, S. , Routledge , 2011
Third edition
  • 9780415595810
  • 105038
  • 1 copies

Basic Handwriting in English

Bernard Hartley & Peter Viney , Nelson , 1982
This book is a short, systematic course in letter formation and the linking of letters to form words. It is designed for learners who are unfamiliar with the English alphabet, but who are able to write successfully using their own script
  • 0-175-55326-2
  • 3311
  • 1 copies
  • A1

Dissertation Writing in Practice: Turning Ideas into Text

Linda Cooley & Jo Lewkowicz , Hong Kong University Press , 2003
This book is designed to raise students` awareness of the linguistic features of a postgraduate dissertation or thesis written in English. It deals primarily with the linguistic aspects of extended pieces of writing, placing great emphasis on the writer`s responsibility for the readability of the text. Each of the features introduced is illustrated through examples taken from authentic writing at the appropriate level. In addition, each chapter has a number of tasks to help students put into practice the skils that have been introduced.
  • 9-622-09647-6
  • 3314
  • 1 copies
  • C1 C2

Eats, Shoots and Leaves

Lynne Truss , Profile Books Ltd , 2003
This book is a humorous and witty but also very thorough examination and explanation of the rules of punctuation in English
  • 1-861-97612-7
  • 3309
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2

English for Academic Study - Extended Writing and Research Skills - Course Book

McCormack, J. & Slaght, J. , Garnet , 2005
This course takes students step by step through the process of producing an extended piece of academic writing. It teaches the writing and research skills necessary for such a task, as well as developing essential oral skills for participating in tutorials or seminars and presentations.
  • 1-859-64746-2
  • 5918
  • 1 copies

English for Academic Study - Extended Writing and Research Skills (Revised edition 2009)

Joan McCormack & John Slaght , Garnet , 2009
This course takes students step by step through the process of producing an extended piece of academic writing. It teaches the writing and research skills necessary for such a task.
  • 978-1859644867
  • 8865
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2

English for Academic Study: Writing - Source Book

Pallant, A. , Garnet , 2004
An integrated Writing course designed to challenge and stimulate students on pre-sessional and pre-departure courses. The Writing course can be used on its own or in conjunction with a separately published Reading course, which shares the same topics in most of the units.
  • 1-859-64744-8
  • 5924
  • 2 copies

Exploring Grammar In Writing Upper Intermediate and Advanced

Hughes, R. , Cambridge University Press , 2005
  • 0-521-66994-4
  • 2459
  • 1 copies

From Writing to Composing Student's book: An Introductory Composition Course for Students of English

Beverly Ingram Carol King , , 1982
A complete composition course for beginning and low intermediate level students of English as a second language. This text offers a unique approach, interweaving structured writing with free composing. Originally published in 1988 as a single volume with student's pages and teacher's notes, the course has been split into a separate Student's Book and Teacher's Manual. The new edition contains exactly the same material, split into two separate books. The original, larger book is no longer available.
  • 978-0521379380
  • 113033
  • 0 copies

Inside Track: Successful Academic Writing

Andy Gillett, Angela Hammond & Mary Martala , Pearson , 2009
Become a better academic writer and communicate your research & ideas fluently and successfully whatever your discipline, prior knowledge or level.
  • 9780273721710
  • 104270
  • 1 copies
  • A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Introduction to Academic Writing Second Edition

Oshima, A. & Hogue, A. , Longman , 1997
This book helps students master the standard organisational patterns for paragraphs and essays. The text's approach integrates the study of rhetorical patterns and the writing process with extensive practice in grammar, mechanics, and sentence structure
  • 0-201-69509-X
  • 558
  • 1 copies

Introduction to Academic Writing second edition: Answer Key

Alice Oshima and Ann Hogue , Longman , 1995
Answer key for the book : Introduction to Academic Writing second edition
  • 9780201316964
  • 8919
  • 1 copies
  • B1 B2

Living English - Thinking, Speaking, Writing

Madeleine Le Cunff-Renouard, Dolorès Ditner & Bronwen Martin , ELM Publications , 1993
This book is designed to help university students and proffessionals who wish to improve their communication and writing skills. It is of particular use to those students who are engaged in cultural studies programmes
  • 1-854-50085-6
  • 3310
  • 2 copies
  • C2

Paragraph Development

Arnaudet, M.L. & Barrett, M.E. , Prentice Hall , 1990
This book encourages students to edit their own writing for clarity and accuracy. It offers a three-phase strategy for building writing skills through planning, drafting and revising.
  • 0-136-48502-2
  • 3307
  • 1 copies

Perspectives

Andy Hopkins , Longman , 1989
This book develops students' ability to write effectively for different purposes and covers general problem areas and a range of text styles.
  • 0-582-01665-7
  • 7380
  • 2 copies
  • B1 B2

Study writing: a course in written English for academic and professional purposes

Hamp-Lyons, L. & Heasley, B. , Cambridge University Press , 1987
Study Writing is for students at intermediate level and above who need to develop their writing skills and write better academic essays, projects, research articles or theses.
  • 0-521-3558-1
  • 7370
  • 1 copies

The Written Word: a course in controlled composition Book 2

McArthur, T. , Oxford University Press
This book is an English composition course for students in school, college and university who need to develop a good written style. In this course the guidelines of what is acceptable in written English are laid down and the student is encouraged to develop a clear, logical and personal style within these guidelines. Book 2 starts at a more advanced level.
  • 0-194-51361-0
  • 557
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2

The Written Word: Bk. 1: Course in Controlled Composition

Tom McArthur , Oxford University Press , 1984
  • 978-0194513609
  • 113027
  • 0 copies

The Written Word: Bk. 2: Course in Controlled Composition

Tom McArthur , Oxford University Press , 1985
  • 978-0194513616
  • 113029
  • 0 copies

University Writing Course

Morley, J.; Doyle, P. & Pople, I. , Express Publishing , 2007
The University Writing Course has been written for prospective and current students of English speaking universities whose first language is not English. It is aimed at the large group of students, undergraduate and post graduate, whose level in English may be at or around level 6 in IELTS or 550 in TOEFL, and who still need to further refine and enhance their academic writing.
  • 978-184679366-0
  • 8878
  • 1 copies

Write ideas: an intermediate course in writing skills

Glendinning, E. & Mantell, H. , Longman , 1994
This book develops the skills of selecting relevant information, organising it effectively and expressing it accurately. The types of writing covered include descriptions, explanations and describing problems and solutions.
  • 0-582-74810-0
  • 555
  • 4 copies

Write to be Read

William R. Smalzer , Cambridge University Press , 1996
The book is designed to teach students to write convincing paragraphs and academic essays. It is a blend of both process and product approaches to writing.
  • 0-521-44991-X
  • 3306
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2

Writing 1

Andrew Littlejohn , Cambridge University Press , 1992
The emphasis of this book is on encouraging learners to use English imaginatively and creatively to express their own ideas in writing and to communicate with each other in the classroom.
  • 0-521-36756-5
  • 561
  • 1 copies
  • A2